Wills, Trusts And Probate

King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc’s Wills, Trusts, and Probate Division knows that losing a loved one can be a difficult time in anyone’s life. What makes it harder is understanding how to navigate the issues of inheritance and the transfer of property. Because drafting a will or living trust or dealing with probate and court appearances can be dealt with in different ways, it’s not always easy to understand the strength and limitations of a will or trust, or knowing which course of action you qualify for when dealing with the transfer of an inheritance, especially if the deceased owns property or passed away in another state.

Whether you are rich or poor, young or old, as long as you own possessions of any kind, you automatically have an estate, and it’s always better to have a plan in place than to leave behind this estate without instruction. At King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc., we help advise you on the best way to ensure that your loved ones will not be left empty-handed.

In drafting a will or trust, many different factors must be considered. There is no one plan that fits everyone’s needs; we are all different, and we take care to figure out what works best for you and draft a will or trust that best suits the needs and desires of our clients while meeting all mandated state and county regulations.

We also understand and sympathize with the difficulties of having lost a loved one and seek to comfort our clients as they navigate through the very stressful process of claiming one’s inheritance, navigating the courts in different states, and dealing with any financial matters that may arise. A smooth, amicable transfer of property is always preferred, but when it is necessary to go to court, King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. will be there to help litigate and argue your case in either California, Arizona or both.

To learn more about how we can help with Arizona and duel residents, click here.

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